Super 8 Motel Bourbonnais / Kankakee Area
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We got our Starbucks and found an open seat. Everyone has started waiting in line to board the flight to Honolulu but we are smarter than they are. Standing in line with heavy bags? No thanks! It's been fun people watching at the airport. I don't see any other honeymooners on our flight yet so there is no one to steal our thunder ;) We are both still in ...
... in it. I mean, how much better can it get??
We pulled into the park, parked next to the department building right next to the train tracks. After meeting with our contact, T.J. (the parks director), we settled in for the evening. The night went well except for discovering that our kitchen sink had a leak and had been slowly leaking into the junk drawer, so we lost some stuff in there (including my Evelyn Evelyn playing cards…sob), but it turned out to ...
... furniture, work tables, beds, dining room furniture,..... Unreal!
Then visited the neighborhood to see all the houses he designed. Brilliant!
Then I visited Hemingway’s home and museum. He grew up in Oak Park, the same neighbourhood Wright worked in. Very upscale area.
Travelled on the El to Oak Park. Only white person on the train. Passed derelict areas (black) to reach the Rockcliffe of Chicago. Great day to see creativity in two areas of ...
... the price down to the bare minimum mainly because I really really want this to happen. In other words, I am teaching for free (almost), just to get myself over there. Yeah, I know I'm crazy, but what can I say.
I want to travel to other places? Come early, stay late, skip our outings, skip the art part. But whatever you do, please come. Cause it is going to be way, way fun. I ...
... need major repairs.
The road passed through plantation of cork trees, evidently they are a major cork producer.
interesting statistic is that education is free and compulsory through
primary school to the age of 12 and the mail literacy rate is 66% and
female 40%, this compares with Turkey where schooling is free and
compulsory at the age of 15 and are literacy rate for men is 96% and
80.4% for woman. They certainly seem to be ...